Bodor has earned international recognition as a leader in drug discovery, design and delivery and serves as a graduate research professor emeritus in the UF College of Pharmacy.
UF researchers found kratom delivered significant pain-relieving benefits, reduced opioid withdrawal symptoms and caused minimal respiratory depression.
The race to find effective treatments for COVID-19 isn’t just about developing new drugs. University of Florida Health scientists are studying a trio of existing medications known to have broad antiviral activity.
As large blooms of toxic blue-green algae have become an annual phenomenon in Florida’s freshwater lakes and rivers, as well as other places worldwide, UF researchers have identified a new method to control its growth
When it became evident in late March that most research would be halted because of COVID-19, Dr. Jay McLaughlin’s lab went into high gear.
Is the off-brand Tylenol really the same? Will every name brand drug eventually have a generic version? What should you keep in mind when considering name brand versus generic drugs?
Researchers at the University of Florida have received a $3.5 million grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, or NHLBI, to study the effect of using genetic information to guide therapy after an angioplasty heart procedure to prevent heart attacks and strokes.
The findings are published in July’s issue of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, the flagship journal of the American Society of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics.
The study examined the marine natural product largazole as a treatment option for brain diseases is featured on the July 2020 ACS Chemical Neuroscience journal cover.
The study in JAMA Network Open finds that more than 2 million Americans purchase their prescription drugs from outside the U.S. to save money.